Attorney General Maura Healey and Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll began to put meat on the bones of their pledges to boost housing production and affordability Wednesday.
With the final match-up between Republican and Democratic gubernatorial candidates now clear, the stakes for the real estate industry in November’s general election are starting to come into focus.
Our state needs a new approach to addressing our high cost of housing. Unfortunately, state policy keeps leading us in the wrong direction by confusing housing affordability with housing density.
As she ended her campaign for governor Thursday, Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz trailed her primary opponent Attorney General Maura Healey by more than 30 points, according to newly released poll results.